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1February 17, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 BurgerFi Chevrolet Camaro, overcame several late-race cautions and survived multiple green-white-checkered restarts to earn the victory in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Powershares QQQ 300 at Daytona International Speedway. Reddick, who led the final 11 laps, became only the second driver to win in their first start for JR Motorsports, joining Regan Smith who accomplished that feat in 2012 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Reddick took the green flag for the scheduled 120-lap race from the ninth position after advancing to the final round of knockout qualifying on Saturday morning. From the drop of the green flag, the driver of the BurgerFi Camaro worked with his JR Motorsports teammates to draft toward the front. However, damage sustained from contact during a multi-car incident on lap 12 forced the Corning, Calif. native to come to pit road several times for repairs. As a result of the pit stops, Reddick took the green flag on lap 15 from 32nd but wasted little time moving forward, improving 28 positions over the final laps of Stage One to take the green and checkered flag in fourth on lap 30.

Crew chief Dave Elenz called Reddick to pit road in between stages for right-side tires and fuel, sending the BurgerFi Camaro back onto the track in the fifth position for the lap 35 restart. Reddick battled two and three-wide throughout the caution-free second stage, consistently jockeying for position inside the top 10 before ultimately finishing Stage Two in eighth. >>READ MORE

January 23, 2018 - The 2017 season saw Tyler Reddick compete in a total of 19 events while visiting victory lane one time at Kentucky Speedway (Sparta, Kentucky) for the 300 in late September. He reeled in six Top-10 outings and four Top-5 finishes.

1November 18, 2017 - Tyler Reddick put a wrap on the 2017 season with the NASCAR Xfinity Series over the weekend as he took part in the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Miami-Homestead Speedway (Homestead, Florida).

Reddick hit the ground running in the event, by registering the fastest time in qualifying to earn the pole position for Saturday afternoon's 200-lap affair.

Rolling off from the pole Tyler raced near the top of the running order for the first half of the event. Unfortunately an adjustment near the race's midway point resulted in Reddick losing too much ground on the track in his Broken Bow Records #42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet Camaro.

Oer the remainder of the event, he would rebound through the pack but was only able to reach the fourth position, by the time that the checkered flag fell.

"We lost a lot of ground about halfway through the race, and we could've really used a caution late in the race, but it just wasn't meant to be," Reddick said. "Thanks to my whole team on their hard work. It's been a great year, and I can't wait for the 2018 season!"

Full results from the event are available at

October 21, 2017 - Tyler Reddick continued his education in the NASCAR Xfinity Series over the weekend with a trip to Kansas Speedway for the Kansas Lottery 300.

The weekend started with Tyler blazing to the fastest lap in qualifying, which locked him into the pole position in his Broken Bow Records #42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet Camaro.

Tyler competed in the Top 10 throughout the 200-lap affair at the 1.5-mile oval.

The event would prove to be another extraordinary outing for Reddick and his team as he led three laps in the event before crossing the finish line in the runner-up spot behind Christopher Bell with Ryan Blaney, William Byron, and Justin Allgaier completed the Top-5 finishers.

"This team gave me another absolutely awesome race car," Reddick said. "We came up a spot short of the win but apart from that I don't think that we could've asked for anymore out of this weekend. Right now we are focused on doing our part to help Chip Ganassi win the owner's championship."

Full results from the event are available at

1September 30, 2017 - The Use Your Melon, Drive Sober 200 brought Tyler Reddick and the Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Broken Bow Records Chevrolet Camaro to Dover International Speedway (Dover, Delaware) over the weekend.

Reddick was looking to carry over his recent momentum with the NASCAR XFINITY Series as he looked to tame the track known as "The Monster Mile."

Tyler and the team were extremely excited after qualifying positioned him 5th on the starting grid for the 200-lap affair at the one-mile, concrete oval.

Tyler had a strong car for much of the event, despite battling a tight condition during stages 1 and 2. Unfortunately late in the race the setup slipped away on his #42, and he ultimately suffered a shredded right-rear tire.

Reddick's late-race bad luck resulted in a 26th-place finish.

"Our finish definitely wasn't indicative of just how good of a car we had," Reddick noted. "The setup got away from us late but we were pretty good for most of the event."

Full results from the event are available at

1September 23, 2017 - Tyler Reddick had a career outing on Saturday afternoon in the 300 at Kentucky Speedway.

The talented young racer took the Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Broken Bow Records Chevrolet Camaro to Victory Lane for the first time ever in NASCAR XFINITY Series competition.

The Chip Ganassi Racing driver took control of the lead 74 laps from the finish and never looked back. He finished 14.540 seconds ahead of teammate Brennan Poole.

“I don’t know if it was necessarily me making a statement, it was just Chip Ganassi Racing making a statement,” said Reddick, who earned the triumph in his 15th XFINITY Series start. “Me and Brennan (Poole) were really fast all night.

“We had a really fast car last weekend, our mile-and-a-half program has been unreal. Mike Shiplett (crew chief) brought me from ground zero all the way to here. All the guys at Ganassi have gone above and beyond in helping me become a better driver.”

Reddick, who hadn’t led a lap in his previous 14 races this season but led a race-high 66 laps Saturday night, added, “To be here today is surreal. We had such a really fast car the last time we were here, to be able to bring it to Victory Lane, I knew the car was capable.”

Full results from the event are available at

1September 14, 2017 - JR Motorsports announced today the addition of Tyler Reddick to the team’s NASCAR XFINITY Series program in a multi-year agreement that begins with the 2018 season opener. The 21-year-old Reddick will pilot JRM’s fourth full-time entry in pursuit of the NXS championship next season.

Reddick, a native of Corning, California, is a three-time winner in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series who finished a career-best second in points during the 2015 season. His journey to NASCAR began with an impressive five-year stint in the dirt late model ranks. Reddick followed up with a transition into ARCA and NASCAR K&N competition, winning in his series debut in the latter at Rockingham Speedway in 2012. >>READ MORE

January 22, 2017 - Traveling to a total of 27 events during the 2016 season, Tyler Reddick posted one win in the DC Solar 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, Nevada) in early October. Running all of his events but four in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), Reddick registered 12 Top 10 finishes and eight Top 5 outings.